From Wishing to Becoming a Well-Paid Writer

Man and dog taking in view while standing on backyard sea wall with wine and deck chairs

It’s inspiring to watch our members go from wishing they were a writer to becoming one.

Case studies like Chuck Warren’s, featured in today’s issue of The Writer’s Life, are a great way to see that journey.

They highlight turning points — like where they started from, what challenges they faced, what learning made the biggest impact in their career, and where they are now.

No matter what your circumstances, there’s a very good chance AWAI has helped someone else overcome them to achieve success.

Chuck’s story is one of 55 Case Studies currently published on the AWAI website that show you examples of these powerful stories for yourself.

As you’ll see in today’s issue, case studies are simple short “before-and-after” stories … They follow a basic formula, and they don’t require any “selling.”

Expert Casey Hibbard has written over 1,000 case studies (including today’s example) for a variety of industries.

She’s honed her storytelling skills to build a six-figure business, and over the course of just 4 weeks can teach you how to make a great living as a case study writer too.

You’ll even get the chance to become Certified as a Case Study Specialist, so clients will know you have the goods …

Have a professional sample to prove it …

And get hands-on experience with a live Spec Assignment, worth $1,500.

>> Go here now for all the details and to grab one of the remaining spots.

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Published: January 28, 2020

1 Response to “From Wishing to Becoming a Well-Paid Writer”

  1. I really like Chuck story however i still feel like am not good enough,though its something that me and my sister have always wanted to do,i am not sure my grammar is good enough,not forgetting my interest in reading no longer exist ,but i would still think as i grow older i would love to retire reading my book...

    Guest (Purity)January 28, 2020 at 10:21 am


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